Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) and Registered Nurses (RN) are available for services requiring skilled nursing care. Yes, we can even fill your Mom’s pillbox weekly!
Licensed Practical Nurse – A Nurse who is educated in the practical aspects of hands on nursing that can perform duties which are designated by the State of SC as those duties requiring a practical nursing license such as medication administratin down a G-tube, wound care, care of an adult patient with tracheotomy, vital sign monitoring, etc. The LPN may also assist with Activites of Daily living and light housekeeping duties reglective of patient care as needed.
Registered Nurse – A Nurse who may be in charge of more complex issues including assessments, complex medical management, Invasive monitoring or infusions and medications, the car of pediatric tracheostomies and ventilators and all other aspects of nursing duties that may be authorized by the SC state licensure board. The RN may also assist with Activities of Daily livng and light housekeeping reflective of patient care as needed.
Nursing Supervision – Registered Nurses provide oversight and develop care plans in conjunction with the multidisciplinary team including the physician, the client, the responsible party, the other members of the medical team, the Nursing Administrator and the caregivers.
We can assist you with:
- tracheostomy care
- feeding tubes
- Texas catheters
- supra-pubic catheters
- In/Out caths
- wound care (including wound vacs)
- bowel programs, etc.
- Non-invasive ventilators
- Pediatric or Adult care
- And much more!
Private Duty Nurses are used for both LPN and RN level work in the homes.
LPN’s are usually needed to care for the adult population, including those that have medications that go down their G-tube, have a tracheostomy, maybe a ventilator, or have complex medical issues that require the care of a skilled licensed nurse.
Registered Nurses are most often needed for the under 21 population that face similar issues or may require additional assessment skills. Infants and young children needing this level of care require additional training and additional experience to include at least one year of having worked in a setting where children were being care for.
We also provide private duty nurses for your home 8 hours or more a day! No need for our precious clients to enter into a nursing home.
Staying home is the much preferred choice for many requiring skilled services today! Contact Us about our Nusing Care program today!